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To ask other readers questions about Les Thanatonautesplease sign up. Preview — Les Thanatonautes by Bernard Werber. This article does not cite any sources. Jun 27, Artem Huletski rated it it was ok. Jul 12, Santiago rated it liked it Shelves: Want to Read saving…. Werber began studying journalism in in Paris, where he discovered the work of sci-fi writer Philip K.

This adventure takes us across the different zones of the continent of the dead to thanatonautew famous light. Just as naturally, bernnard prisoners give way to inquisitive people with a free spirit, and successes are quick to follow.

So much death and not one sentiment was triggered in my body. This book is thanatobautes by another book named “The empire of the angels”. I read Polish translation.

People become better, yet not because this is their way but because of petty selfishness. Confirmed materialists and atheists strongly deny the possibility of a world beyond the grave.

Little by little, the map of this mysterious place starts growing.

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The term thanatonaute is derived from “thanatologie”, comes from the Greek god of death Thanatos and nautis navigateur and thus signifies navigator of death or explorer of death. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

Tahnatonautes fascinating subject of death, the sixties and finally action not set in the USA! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It is most logical that he should encourage research in this field. I like inspiring books and this wasn’t.


What is it, how does it work exactly, what happens after that, can we escape from it… Almost all religions and spiritual teachings speak of life after death, in Heaven or Hell of the particular religionor again on our Earth but in a different body, learning yet another lesson in the circle of reincarnations allotted to everyone.

It was so tedious, really. For a fiction this long, an awful amount of time is spent describing idle, meaningless events. I read that book when I was in high-school and it really did something to me; it’s a clever and original novel about the discovery of the last land unknown to mean, Death. In he published the novel Les Fourmis Empire of the Antsa complex fantasy novel in which ants were the heroes and humans the pesty antagonists. I recommend this book to people who is interested in scientific fiction novels.

Les Thanatonautes (Cycle des anges, #1) by Bernard Werber

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What happens if you still have lessons to learn and lives to live? And maybe the truth is out there, somewhere in the middle… Well, in his book Bernard Werber tries to present his point of view. It’s so well-prescripted, werbef and absolute. Quotes from Les Thanatonautes. I still have mixed feelings about this book. At the end of the story, the scientists die by a plane crash due to this woman and they get to the zone. Mass Market Berhardpages.

And although I didn’t read the native version, I doubt such poor style and unengaging narration could be blamed on the Polish translator.


See all 3 questions about Les Thanatonautes…. Open Preview See a Problem? Retrieved from ” https: And yet, all this talk about death felt so bland and uninspired. Voyager dans la mort pour comprendre l’importance de la vie?

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Les Thanatonautes

It makes you really think about life and death. However, its appeal is later mercilessly watered down until the absurdity takes over, shattering any immersion the reader could develop in the first part of the book. The story ends when there they see hernard behind the “mountain of light” and get astonished by it.

The book is scattered regularly with a number of different sacred texts drawn from mythologyreligionand cosmogony from all over the world to highlight how each of these points of view resemble each other and tell the same story just with different yhanatonautes and symbols. I didn’t want to leave it unfinished, but there was no catharsis nor amusement involved; only short moments of enjoyment most of them featuring Raoul and satisfaction from being able to shut it forever.

Unless the book wants you to hate its characters and I don’t think this was the case. The ficti I read that book when I was in high-school and it really did something to me; it’s a clever and original novel about the discovery of the last land unknown to mean, Death. It makes the story so much more intense somehow This page was last edited on 25 Marchat